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can windows 2003 act like a router ? with BGP sessions ?

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can windows 2003 act like a router ? with BGP sessions ?
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tourajam,

i have just finished studying RRAS and dont beleive i heard BGP mentioned once...

Regards,

James
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Me too, I did read Win 2k3 server long ago, but never heard about BGP anyhwere.
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